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Chinese economy reshaped by decade of phenomenal development

China's economic landscape has been reshaped over the past decade. From higher incomes to carbon-conscious policies to wider opening-up, phenomenal progress has been achieved in the country.


A Bright Shared Future – Stories Along the Belt and Road

We hope it will help our readers understand the significance of forging a community of shared future for humanity, the close connection between the Chinese Dream and the aspirations of the people of other countries, and that the Belt and Road is an important platform for building a community of shared future for all peoples.


2nd "Jinbo" China-Europe freight train takes off from Hamburg to CIIE in Shanghai

The second "Jinbo" China-Europe freight train left the northern German city of Hamburg on Monday for Shanghai in China, carrying exhibits to the 5th China International Import Expo (CIIE).


MOFCOM asks working teams to provide more support for key foreign-funded projects

China urged its working teams to provide greater support for key foreign-funded projects so as to stabilize foreign investment across the country, said the Ministry of Commerce.


Experts: Economy still on track to steady growth

The Chinese economy is still on track to a steady recovery with a gradual normalization of activities and strong policy support, as profits at China's major industrial companies declined at a slower pace in August, officials and experts said on Tuesday.


German auto executives share confidence in China

Top executives of Mercedes-Benz and BMW said they are confident in their long-term development in China, the world's largest vehicle market, and would like to scale up their presence in the country.


China, EU will continue to be important trade and economic partners

China hopes to strengthen economic and trade policy communications with the European Union to safeguard the stability of the industrial and supply chains as well as promote trade and investment liberalization and facilitation.


China's free trade area network contributes significantly to total foreign trade

China has been expanding its free trade area network since its accession to the World Trade Organization in 2001, Shu Jueting, spokesperson for the Ministry of Commerce, said Thursday.


Strong appeal to foreign companies sustained by unwavering opening-up

China's attractiveness to foreign enterprises has strengthened over the past decade as a result of wider market opening and an improving business environment, and it will continue to serve as the land of opportunity in a world beset by uncertainty and volatility.